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Proudly Supporting 4-H Shooting Sports

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Philip Mahin Well, 4-H is going to begin a new year again soon and I’m putting a call out to anyone wanting to become a mentor or instructor; it is a worthwhile investment. Sign … Continue reading

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Are You a Gun Nut?

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician and Resident Gun Nut Gary Prisendorf Have you ever been referred to as a “gun nut”?  Well I have, but I never really took it as in insult. I enjoy firearms, I love shooting, … Continue reading

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Do You Remember Helping Me Out on That .223 Rem?

Below is an email received recently from Lonnie MCCollough: “Me and my wife went to a local shoot last Saturday, where you shoot an egg @ 200 yards. If you shoot the egg, you then shoot a paint ball. If … Continue reading

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Michigan Junior Rifle Team – Camp Perry, 2013

Front row, from left to right: Kevin Wilkinson, Sean Wilkinson, Peter Berney, Chandler Stewart, Jacob Gaddie, and Jed Gaddie  Back row, from left to right: Lewis Gaddie, Craig Wilkinson, Glen Shethelm, and Jim Grissom We had another successful year of … Continue reading

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West Virginia Juniors at Camp Perry

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10-Year-Old Dreams of Competing in Long-Range Shooting Nationally

According to Liam’s proud father Shawn, his 10 -year-old son Liam Champagne “loves his country and can’t wait to compete in long-range shooting nationally.  He shot this 5 shot group at Honey Island shooting range in Pearl River, Louisiana.”  Way … Continue reading

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Losing Bullets

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Paul Box From time to time I get calls about shooters “losing” a bullet.  This has become more common from the .204 Ruger than any other caliber that I can remember. Losing a bullet … Continue reading

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